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Booker Brown

Booker Brown was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on January the 17th, 1951.
Naming James Brown, the Temptations and Bobby Bland his early influences, Booker got hooked up with music for good in the early 70s.”I started singing in different clubs and have travelled with different stars, like Latimore and Johnnie Taylor. His first single was released in 1991 "Good Old Southern Blues" on the TOC label.  His first full length was "Stir It Up", followed by two obscure albums on Quinn Golden’s QP Records.

Album Discography

"Stir It Up" (TOC )

1. Stirr It Up
2. Stirr It Up (instr)
3. Good Lovin' Daddy
4. It's Alright
5. Blues Stew
6. Never Too Much Love
7. Yo' Wild Thing
8. It's Alright

"Good Loving Daddy" (QP)

1. CHEATING GAMES (04:35)
2. JODY I`M WARNING YOU (04:38)
3. WHY AM I STILL LONELY (05:13)
4. GOOD LOVIN DADDY (05:13)
5. I TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOU (04:09)
6. CADILAC FANNIE (05:43)
7. 634-5789 (03:17)
8. LOVE STEALING (04:57)
9. DON`T MOVE MY MOUNTAIN (04:32)
10. 634-5789(INSTRUMENTAL) (03:13)

"My Heat Undercover" (QP 2000)

"Passion Of Love" (East West 2004)

1. Cuchie Cuchie
2. Passion Of Love
3. Still Lonely
4.BackyardParty
5. I'm So Glad
6. Sugar Daddy
7. Anytime You Want It
8. I Need Your Love
9. Same Thang
10.Passion Of Love (club mix )

"A New Beginning" (Steel Groove 2007)

1. Love Is Blind (But The Neighbors Ain't)
2. Stir It Up
3. Ladies' Night
4. Fishin' At The Hole In The Wall
5. Lookin' For A Freak
6. Soul Train Dancer
7. Match Made In Heaven
8. Don't Get Your Meat Where You Make Your Bread
9. Let The Past Stay In The Past
10. Tyrone Lives On

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